"In this first-person narrative, Aeneas's last wife finally speaks to tell us who she is... Lavinia thinks of herself as a woman and as a character. Very interesting writing experiment."
"An exceptional collection of short stories and an introduction to Butler's writings."
It starts with a scene in a small church in rural Ireland and spans decades.
"Absolutely fabulous! Reminiscent of the best Victorian novels- but with the freshest and brightest of voices- completely surprising in its greatness."
"It's the first volume in a trilogy that is nominally science fiction. In reality, it is a super tough investigation into the concept of race, and it's done through the lens of geology. Yes, geology! Just fantastic."
"Hakan Gunday is regarded as the enfant terrible of Turkish literature. A very disturbing picture of the refugee crisis in Turkey."